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Solar Powered "Fresh Air" Skylight (VCS)



The Solar Powered "Fresh Air" Skylight
features a solar panel that captures any available daylight and uses it to recharge a highly efficient, fully concealed, battery powered operator and control system. The battery powered operator is the power source that opens and closes the skylight and the solar panel serves as the charging source of the system.

Clean, Quiet & Safe glass



 

  • Features Neat® glass coating to keep your skylight cleaner, longer, leaving skylights virtually spotless.
  • Reduce unwanted outside noise by up to 25% less than a standard double pane glass, and up to 50% less than a plastic skylight.
  • VELUX recommends and building codes require laminated glass for out of reach applications.
 



Factory installed blinds


 
Four factory installed blinds are available to include in the purchase of your skylight. Over 85 special order blinds also available. The blind uses its own independent, built-in solar panel and power system.

In-stock blackout blinds
Blocks 98% of light
In-stock light filtering blinds
Translucent
 


Intelligent touch remote control


Included with your skylight is the Intelligent touch remote control powered by VELUX INTEGRA®

With the touch-sensitive screen and easily-understood icons, programing skylights has become simpler than ever.

 



 

Estimate your Federal Tax credit


You can choose your project type, skylight size, and compare your estimated federal tax credit savings between the new Solar Powered "Fresh Air" skylight (VSS/VCS) and the Manual venting (VS/VCM) and Fixed (FS/FCM) skylights.

 
*Disclaimer: VELUX is not responsible or liable for the taxpayer’s ability to obtain tax credits. When claiming a tax credit please consult a tax professional with any questions. This, or any other document provided by VELUX, is not intended to represent tax or legal advice. More comprehensive information in this matter should be provided by the IRS.